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February 5, 2021

Kolabtree has become the global leading freelance platform for scientists. Kolabtree advises to help small and medium medical device manufacturers benefit from access to the skills of freelance scientific experts, Kolabtree has released The complete guide to freelancers in MedTech.

Kolabtree notes the whitepaper explores the benefits of collaborating with experts at every stage of the medical device lifecycle and explains the factors to consider when working with a freelancer. The whitepaper can be downloaded for free on the Kolabtree website here.

Smart and Best Advice: Medical device companies can outsource almost all parts of the process of bringing a device to market, from research and development, to design, to manufacture, to regulatory writing. When doing so, it is vital to outsource the right tasks, to the right person, to make sure the project is a success. For many small businesses, working with a consultancy or agency is a big commitment, as well as a large financial investment.

The whitepaper is built on contributions from Kolabtree scientists, who shared their expertise on how to streamline the process of bringing a medical device to market in a cost-effective way. From product design, to manufacture, to medical writing, this whitepaper highlights the role of the freelancer in getting the best for products, processes, and patients. In response to the tightening of global regulatory restrictions, the whitepaper offers some guidance on building an effective regulatory strategy. It offers advice for both the US Food and Drug Administration and the EU Medical Device Regulations (MDR), which becomes enforceable from May 2021.

“Bringing a medical device to market is a notoriously challenging task,” explained Ashmita Das, CEO of Kolabtree. “While large global players have hefty teams in-house for everything from research to regulatory writing, we recognize that start-ups and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) may find it difficult to know when, where, and how to outsource — and how to make the right decision when they do.

“The rise of the gig economy has introduced a new resource to medical device manufacturers — freelancers,” added Das. “Investing in expertise reduces the risk of a product recall, financial losses, and harm to patients. According to data that we have collected, hiring a freelance consultant can save up to 40 percent.”

Kolabtree has a database of 15,000 scientists and academics with expertise in more than 2,000 specialisms, including research, medical writing, and data analysis. Medical device companies can post a project for free and review several quotes, before deciding on who to collaborate with.

Download The complete guide to freelancers in MedTech for free here. Looking to hire a freelancer? Browse a list of medical device consultants on Kolabtree and contact them directly. Other details of interest.

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